Moving from Computer Literate to Technologically Competent: The Next Educational Reform
Computers in Human Behavior Volume 14, Number 1, ISSN 0747-5632
Proposes that educators must go beyond computer literacy to achieve technological competence if successful integration of technology into the classroom is to occur. An educator who is technologically competent understands the relationship between basic computer functions and student learning, and uses this understanding to design, facilitate, and manage a student-centered multidimensional learning environment. (Author/AEF)
Lowther, D.L., Bassoppo-Moyo, T. & Morrison, G.R. (1998). Moving from Computer Literate to Technologically Competent: The Next Educational Reform. Computers in Human Behavior, 14(1), 93-109.
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